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How can I tell how many of my website's users have Quicktime 7 installed?

How can I tell how many of my website's users have Quicktime 7 installed? [more inside]
posted by tweebiscuit on Jul 16, 2006 - 4 answers

 

What's the most robust bandwidth throttling method for my Apache web server?

What's the best bandwidth throttling method for my Apache webserver? [more inside]
posted by tweebiscuit on Jan 31, 2006 - 16 answers

What was the first "play for a few minutes a day" MMOG?

What was the first "play for a few minutes a day" Massively Multiplayer Online Game (MMOG)? [more inside]
posted by tweebiscuit on Nov 30, 2005 - 21 answers

What's the best means to mirror a webserver directory on a local OS X machine?

I maintain a complex website that I update by hand. (Unfortunately, this is unavoidable.) I want my local directory to be an exact mirror of the site, so that when I alter and modify thirty HTML files and I can simply run a script to copy them instead of FTPing them all by hand, in addition to removing deleted files and downloading any server-side changes made by scripts or other users. What's the best means to do this on OS X? [more inside]
posted by tweebiscuit on Oct 17, 2005 - 17 answers

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